National Geographic : 1943 Sep
Westinghouse makes a pledge to a boy in a submarine ... ... that if care and skill and conscience can insure it-every single piece of Westing house war equipment shall meet the test of battle with performance beyond expec tation ... that every Westinghouse war weapon shall prove worthy of its high trust. Westinghouse makes a pledge to a girl at a milling machine .. ... to Ann McCastland, whose husband is with the fighting Marines, and to thousands like her in Westinghouse factories who have loved ones at the fighting fronts-a pledge that in wartime our only business is Victory . .. that we are vitally concerned with anything our "know-how" can design or build to speed the winning of the war. Westinghouse makes a pledge to a woman and her dreams .. . ... that some day, not too far distant, her life shall be richer and happier because of the tre mendous progress now being born of research and experience in making war weapons ... that new electric products, appliances, equipment, shall bring her greater comfort and leisure in the days of peace to come. Westinghouse Electric & Man ufacturing Company, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Plants in 25 cities-offices everywhere.